recently named CWRU Law one of the five most innovative law schools leading the way in experiential education. U.S. News
also released its March rankings and the law school moved up two places -- a total of 11 spots in three years.
Professor Andrew Pollis, in a recent article “Trying the Trial,” details three categories of attorney misconduct in litigation. Pollis discusses examples and solutions to this issue.
The Presidential corruption scandal in Brazil and the Panama Papers, a leak of 11 million files from one of the world’s largest offshore law firms, are two of the most pressing issues in international law this spring. In this video series, Professors Richard Gordon and Juscelino Colares share their expertise.
Chelan and Robert Bliss, both graduates of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, see transformation of Cuba first-hand during last three years in Havana. Their next stop? China.
Kathleen Harvey ‘16 has been named a winner of this year’s Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing.